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Jaimie416 views

What is future career that will fill all of my current interests ?

Any jobs that will relate to any current interests I may have will be helpful because there are many jobs out there that can help and be similar to this in any way, anything that is close or relevant to eachother.

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Clory503 views

What career should I focus on?

I have doubts if I want to build a career as a digital artist or as a graphic designer. If I can't choose what career I want to pursue in life, should I pick what I love doing or the one that is the most profitable and in demand? I did some research and I think nowadays there's more demand for graphic designers than artists. Digital art is a market more saturated than graphic design. There is also to consider all the problems related to AI platforms like Midjourney or DALL-E. This makes me think that, even if I like drawing, maybe it's not a profitable business like it was in the past. So I'm scared to take this risk. However having these thoughts, I can't commit to anything and I keep procrastinating because I'm too scared to take action. Do you know something that could help me choose? Do you have any advice to give to stop this problem? I've tried doing both these past months, but I noticed that I couldn't. My plan was to study graphic design in the morning and practice drawing in the afternoon, but it was too much to handle for me. I had no energy left in the afternoon or I had other personal tasks to do. After doing this for some weeks, I started waking up tired and some days I skipped my morning routine. I was also exhausted about switching topics to learn everyday. That's why I suppose I need to choose one and stick with it. Do you have any advice to suggest? What do you think I should do?

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How do I start a digital art business and promote my brand where it is known and I could get more customers?

I am an aspiring Digital artist who would like to start her business at 17 years old. I am going to college for a business degree and since I want to learn independence, I want to start my own business for my anime and digital art. Once my business grows I want to start giving my customers options to put their designs on things like stickers, t-shirts and even lanyards. But the main problem I am having is that I am not getting any orders and I don't know where to start. What's even worse is that I am struggling to find a part-time job as well and I need money to buy a new phone(because my LCD is broken) and save up for college. How do I start a business, and promote it to future customers where I can get money and save up for the things I need?

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What is a good program to use for digital art?

I am a sophmore in highschool and I love to draw. I am a beginer and still trying to find my art style. I have ibspaint but only the free version. I am still learning to use it.

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Should I go to an art college?

Hello, I was wondering if you think it would be beneficial for me to go to an art college? As of right now, I am traditional artist, taking classes at community college, who has an interest in learning more about digital art because of the many opportunities available for people who can create art on a computerized format as opposed to the traditional pencil to paper approach. My only concern is that art colleges are expensive and I also wonder if they are really necessary for improving skills and knowledge because in this day and age the internet provides artists with nearly infinite amount of information about art related subjects. If you do, however, believe that attending art college would help my situation then what kind of art colleges would you recommend for someone who is interested in digital art and what kind of career fields would be open for that kind of an artist? I look forward to hearing your responses and thank you. #higher-education #artist #art-college #career-planning #digital-art #art-education #art-and-illustration #digital-artist

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